As I said yesterday, I’ve been preparing The Signed Page warehouse for the delivery of Terry Brooks books. A lot of them. And as I’ve been organizing, I’ve found a lot of cool books I didn’t know I had.
Well, today I found two that… I just couldn’t believe. A 1st/1st Unfettered multi-signed by Terry Brooks, Jacqueline Carey, Todd Lockwood, Peter Orullian, Patrick Rothfuss, Brandon Sanderson, and myself. And I found a copy of The Name of the Wind 10th Anniversary Edition triple-signed by Patrick Rothfuss, Dan Dos Santos, and Nate Taylor.
Needless to say, I can’t just put this up on The Signed Page. They are almost priceless, in my opinion. So to be fair, I’ve placed them up on eBay. In this way, everyone has a chance at them.
I thought I’d write you guys about something you may want to take advantage of if you haven’t already.
As most of you know, I also run Grim Oak Press. We sell really nice limited and lettered editions over there. But sometimes we produce regular trade hardcover copies like those seen on The Signed Page, especially of the anthologies I edit and publish. On that front, I am gearing up work on Unbound II and Unbound III and both are looking like they are going to be fantastic anthologies.
But I know some of you like complete sets of books on your shelves. And some of you might own Unfettered and its sequels but you didn’t buy the first Unbound.
I’m writing to let you know that Unbound is getting close to selling out. We only have about 100 copies left. And once gone, it is gone forever!
Here is more about the $30 anthology:
Not bound, as a book. Free.
Like Unfettered before it, the contributing writers of Unbound were allowed to submit the tales they wished fans of genre to read—without the constraints of a theme. It is an anthology filled with some spectacularly new and wonderful stories, each one as diverse as its creator.
An Unfortunate Influx of Filipians by Terry Brooks
Mr. Island by Kristen Britain
Jury Duty by Jim Butcher
Madwalls by Rachel Caine
The Way Into Oblivion by Harry Connolly
Uncharmingby Delilah Dawson
All In a Night’s Workby David Anthony Durham
Son of Crimea by Jason M. Hough
Dichotomy of Paradigms by Mary Robinette Kowal
A Good Name by Mark Lawrence
River and Echo by John Marco
Seven Tongues by Tim Marquitz
The Siege of Tilpur by Brian McClellan
Fiber by Seanan McGuire
Stories Are Gods by Peter Orullian
Heart’s Desire by Kat Richardson
The Hall of the Diamond Queen by Anthony Ryan
The Dead’s Revenant by Shawn Speakman
The Farmboy Prince by Brian Staveley
The Game by Michael J. Sullivan
The Ethical Heresy by Sam Sykes
The Rat by Mazarkis Williams
Note: This edition of Unbound is for the Trade Hardcover. It is not the multi-signed limited edition, though this edition is signed by editor Shawn Speakman.
Click HERE to order Unbound. Grim Oak Press is shipping copies of the anthology now. Something great to read if you haven’t already. And not only that, but it will help keep your shelves organized.
Because I’m telling you right now: Based on the writers who are agreeing to write short stories, you are going to want Unbound II and III. Don’t say I didn’t warn ya when you wish you had the first one to match!
Today is Super Tuesday in the United States, a day when people have the honor to vote in primaries and caucuses in 14 states.
Over at Grim Oak Press, Jeff and I decided to celebrate democracy with a Super Tuesday Super Sale! We have copies of Lord Foul’s Bane, Elegy for Darkness, and Red Queen’s War coming late this week and we need to make room in our Grim Oak Press warehouse for all of those new books. Some trade hardcovers and limited editions are on sale. I also decided to discount ebooks for the Unfettered and Unbound anthologies and Street Freaks (did you know this book is available in ebook worldwide now?)!